Yasuhiro Ohara

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Yasuhiro Ohara received his Ph.D. from Keio University, Japan in 2008. He specialized in TCP/IP network routing, and worked on a novel hop-by-hop multipath routing algorithm. Yasuhiro worked in the SSRC as a postdoctoral research scholar from October 2011 to September 2013.

During his time at the SSRC, he worked on a key management system for fine-grained file system data encryption, a multidimensional indexing structure toward the use in storage systems, and a design of a semantic file system in a distributed file system in the Non-Hierarchical File System project.

Publications

Yan Li, Nakul Dhotre, Yasuhiro Ohara, Thomas Kroeger, Ethan L. Miller, Darrell D. E. Long, "Horus: Fine-Grained Encryption-Based Security for Large-Scale Storage", Proceedings of the 11th Conference on File and Storage Systems (FAST 2013), Febuary 2013.